If the video for “Blue Jeans” picks up where the one for “Born to Die” left off, Lana Del Rey’s heavily tattooed beau has resuscitated her, cleaned her up, and filed an insurance claim for the incinerated vehicle we were left with. Perhaps to alleviate the stress of such an ordeal, Mr. and Mrs. Del Rey find themselves at a ranch house with a swimming pool with a few regionally inappropriate reptiles thrown in for good measure. The maligned singer is very much moving ahead with her music career. The artist has released the official video for “Blue Jeans,” the second single off her debut album, “Born to Die,” which is available in stores and on iTunes now.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Keep up the tunes with Props! This simple and useful croaky is designed to keep your earbuds tethered to you, making them easily accessible when you want to return to your musical oasis. Worn around the neck, Props extends like arms to your earbuds, keeping them in place and in the vicinity of your ears. So, the next time you snag your cord or remove your earbuds to speak with someone, they will be hanging within reach, You already know!!!
Docstation Black Mini turns your notebook into a universal business tool. Case pocket notebook, a large branch of a free destination, compartment purse on the button and the Department for the handle. In the folded form of a compact design measuring 23 cm by 18.5 cm with push button on the external valve in the form of the wing. Theretail price of this very nice piece is £130, We like it a lot.
Here’s the album artwork for Bobby Ray’s Sophomore album “Strange Clouds” as well as his new single “Where are you” (B.O.B vs. Bobby Ray) as recently criticised as a Commercial rapper the Atlanta representative addresses a message to his deeper fans and it came out sounding really good. May 1st is still the release date of “Strange Cloud”, Press Play below and Like it a lot.
Mr. Bathing Ape is an ongoing collaborative project between Nigo, the legendary founder of such labels as ‘A Bathing Ape’ and ‘Human Made’, and Japanese luxury retail giant United Arrows. The Project is fuelled by Nigo’s love of English Saville Row and American Ivy-League style tailoring, which he aims to recreate in the classic formal style, using only the finest materials, whilst infusing subtle personal accents such as the Bape 1st camouflage motif.